The book shows a multitude of commissions: new builds, conversions, interior designs through to objects such as furniture and lamps. At each scale level, a basic idea is introduced, a theme as the backbone of the project. The recent large architecture projects also depart from a similar vision.
If you Google the name Lieven Musschoot, you will read several times that the interior architect from Knok does not consider the ego of the designer to be important. Lieven Musschoot does not impose himself; on the contrary, he is a good listener, picking up on the smallest details and only translating his own vision after a careful reading of the wishes and desires. Musschoot designs total concepts, whereby he not only arranges the space, designs the furniture and the wall coverings, but even designs the type of bread baskets and table nappies. Those who work with him choose all or nothing.